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25' diving wells in Indiana

 
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Jan 09, 2015 08:15 |  #1

Thought I would share something unique for those "shooters" in Indiana or surrounding areas. The local dive shop (of which I'm affiliated with in full disclosure) just purchased a building which has (2) indoor, 25' deep training wells. We are in the process of bringing it online and making it ready for the diving public. Thought those that can't get enough practice of testing various underwater artistic ideas would find this really helpful...I know I do. You will probably hear much more about this as the year progresses as there are a lot of publications that want to do a story on this, as well as a couple manufacturers that have expressed an interest in doing photoshoots here. Here are a couple pics of both topside and a few underwater. We are in the process of vacuuming up a ton of silt so there may be one picture that shows us stirring it up a tad (the bottom pic). The topside pic shows the area getting ready for fresh paint and new expoxy flooring...The bottom pic was shot with only ambient light only as I wanted to see how it would turn out with merely the overheads on and shooting with a flash would have illuminated a ton of particulate already suspended in the water column.

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Jan 09, 2015 08:24 |  #2

...and one more in-water when we weren't vacuuming and stirring things up...This is something that a lot of folks are looking forward to using to hone their shooting skills and thus why I thought I would share the update here. Best regards, Don


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